This course will provide you with the skills and knowledge to apply first aid in your workplace, community or home.
Our industry-experienced trainers deliver hands-on workshops which present real-life scenarios, demonstrations and simulations. Learners can then practice what they’ve learned while still receiving clear guidance, feedback and support.
Provide first aid
Online pre-workshop activities with practical workshop
*Can be delivered in-service
Pre-workshop learning activities: 2 – 4 hours
Face-to-face practical workshop: 7.5 hours
Corporate rates for groups of up to 16 people.
The topics covered in this course include:
- Principles of first aid and DRSABCD
- Allergies and anaphylaxis
- Bleeding, burns and shock
- Angina, heart attack, choking and drowning
- Body temperature
- Seizures and stroke
Ideal course for beginners
This course is designed for anyone who is required to hold a first aid qualification as part of their employment or would like to learn about first aid for their own benefit.
The qualification expires in three years and also requires the CPR component to be updated within 12 months to ensure the certification is current.
Pre-workshop learning activities are completed via our immersive online learning portal through interactive eLearning modules, videos and quizzes. Once you finish your pre-workshop learning activities you can commence the hands-on workshop!
After the pre-work you will attend a hands-on workshop which presents real-life scenarios, demonstrations and simulations. Learners can then practice what they’ve learned while still receiving clear guidance, feedback and support.
Units of competency
Once you have attended the workshop and satisfactorily met all assessment requirements, you will receive a Statement of Attainment for the following units of competency:
- HLTAID003 – Provide first aid
- HLTAID001 – Provide cardio pulmonary resuscitation
The CPR component will need to be completed on the floor using adult, child and infant manikins, in accordance with Australian Resuscitation Council (ARC) guidelines.